Introducing the 2021 STEP Water Webinar Series

A series of 13 FREE webinars delivered by industry experts, and focused on a range of
topics in green stormwater infrastructure and erosion management.

Professional Development Training

Register today for training courses led by conservation authority staff members and industry professionals with experience designing, constructing, maintaining and monitoring sustainable technologies in Canada.

Click here for a message from CISEC Inc. regarding membership payment changes. Members of IECA, Landscape Ontario, and AORS are eligible for discounts on some courses.


Register for any two live or pre-recorded webinars and select a third webinar for free. Use coupon code B2GOFWEB (must have 3 webinars in cart for coupon code to apply).
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Operationalizing LID: Performance Result from the City of London (FREE)

B. Trenouth  2021   |   Presentations, Videos & Webcasts

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BioretentionLow impact developmentNutrient managementPlanning and developmentPollution PreventionSalt managementSwales and ditchesThermal mitigationWater balanceWater quality



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Beating the Green Infrastructure Cost Crunch

K. Vander Linden  2019   |   Presentations, Videos & Webcasts

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BioretentionEducation and outreachLow impact developmentMulti-LID sitesPermeable pavementPlanning and developmentSwales and ditches



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Grading, Drainage and Green Infrastructure

J. Hill  2019   |   Presentations, Videos & Webcasts

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BioretentionEducation and outreachGreen roofsLow impact developmentMulti-LID sitesPlanning and developmentSwales and ditches




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Introduction to the Low Impact Treatment Train Tool – Video

Credit Valley Conservation,  Lake Simcoe Region Conservation,  Toronto and Region Conservation  2018   |   Presentations, Videos & Webcasts

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BioretentionEducation and outreachLow impact developmentMulti-LID sitesPermeable pavementPlanning and developmentStormwater management pondsSwales and ditchesWater resources engineering



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Percolation Test-Measurement and Recording Procedures – Video

Toronto and Region Conservation,  Credit Valley Conservation,  Lake Simcoe Region Conservation  2018   |   Presentations, Videos & Webcasts

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BioretentionEducation and outreachLow impact developmentMulti-LID sitesPlanning and developmentSoakaways, infiltration trenches and chambersStormwater management pondsSwales and ditchesWater resources engineering



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LID Treatment Train Tool Video Tutorial – Using impervious: pervious ratio guidance for sizing LIDs

Toronto and Region Conservation,  Credit Valley Conservation,  Lake Simcoe Region Conservation  2019   |   Presentations, Videos & Webcasts

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BioretentionGreen roofsLow impact developmentMulti-LID sitesPermeable pavementRainwater harvestingSoakaways, infiltration trenches and chambersSwales and ditchesWater resources engineering



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Integrating Low Impact Development into Stormwater Asset Management Programs (FREE)

Sustainable Technologies Evaluation Program  2019   |   Presentations, Videos & Webcasts

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BioretentionEducation and outreachGreen roofsLow impact developmentPermeable pavementPlanning and developmentSoakaways, infiltration trenches and chambersStormwater management pondsSwales and ditches



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Piecing it Together: Monitoring LID to Inform Performance (FREE)

Sustainable Technologies Evaluation Program  2019   |   Presentations, Videos & Webcasts

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Education and outreachLow impact developmentSwales and ditchesWater conservationWater quality



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Design of Infiltration Practices: Low Impact Development Technical Training

Sustainable Technologies Evaluation Program  2014   |   Presentations, Videos & Webcasts

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BioretentionCold climate researchEducation and outreachLow impact developmentMulti-LID sitesPermeable pavementPlanning and developmentSoakaways, infiltration trenches and chambersSwales and ditches




Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), in partnership with the Canadian Chapter of the International Erosion Control Association (IECA), is pleased to announce that recordings of all 31 webinars from the TRIECA 2020 Webinar Series are now available for purchase on the TRIECA website.